Yikes! Eldritch Tabletop merges tech with woodcraft and bold ideas. The digital display DM screen is impressive, but the Mimic dice box has blown me away.
“Die” goes back far enough, that we aren’t completely sure of the deepest roots. At least that gives us a clear indication of how long mankind might have been obsessed with odds and gaming.
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Ten years ago, the first product Paymaster ever made was a set of Mayan Dice, and now the company is on Kickstarter to do it again.
Backers at £14 get one dice set from any of the designs that have been unlocked. At this tier, there’s that free 5e adventure and access to the add-on store for those t-shirts and other goodies.
The dice are 47mm in width/height/depth or 1.85″ if you prefer. Made from zinc allow, the dice weigh 400 grams, and I suspect that will make them heavier than you’re usual plastic polys!
It’s been a strange week, and sexy goblins have swarmed us. No foolin’! Let’s take a look at the RPG headlines.
If you like D&D, and you like candles, this vegan dungeon surprise candle could be perfect for you – or someone you love. The ‘surprise’ part is the hidden D20 dice inside, which is completely random, and – you guessed it – a surprise! Could it be the perfect addition to the Candlekeep Mysteries? The […]
These beautiful dice aren’t just regular dice, although they come in some (but not all) of the RPG/wargame dice range, because they’re also a game in their own right.
Jessica Donnelly has created something beautiful on a quest to find a gamer dice solution that should not roll under the sofa. The solution rolls very well, and that’s crystal spheres in a roulette wheel of a dish.